Hank Brake

Hank Brake


Hank Brake is a dynamic new Country artist, with a smooth, warm voice. He has a new single out, "Thank You", that shows his support of all the troops serving today, and honors the veterans of the past. Hank has been doing shows for the USO for the last year


Hank has had the opportunity to sing in numerous "honky tonks". In fact, he's performed in "far too many to name." He's performed at several famous venues such as The Palomino in Los Angeles, California; Gilley's in Houston, Texas; and places closer to his Georgia home like Miss Kitty's in Marietta and Mama's Country Showcase in Atlanta. While performing at Mama's he also had the opportunity to be the opening act for many of country's current stars such as Joe Diffie, Tim McGraw, Billy Dean, Kenny Chesney, Shenandoah, Little Texas, Toby Keith, Tracy Byrd, Confederate Railroad, Chris Ledoux, and many others.
Hank's greatest musical influences include Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Merle Haggard, and the Eagles. Unlike some of the younger up-and-coming stars, he has lived the songs he sings, and brings a certain gritty reality to them.-


First CD-" Maybe I"d Best Leave Well Enough Alone" Produced by Grammy-Award-Winning Nashville producer Larry Butler

New Single -"Thank You" , with bonus
track "Always Have, Always Will" Produce By Tony Smith & Kip at 2 monkeys studios in Nashville
Clear CH Radio and Pitts & Music Place internet Radio The Metro Atlanta Country Music Club recently named Hank the Top Local Male Recording Artist, and Top Male Recording Artist of 2001. MACMC President Don The CD is receiving airplay in Argentina, Iran, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, France, Ireland, Australia, Bangladesh, Germany, Belgium, Kenya, Japan, Italy, Russia and New Zealand. Recently Hank noticed that he was receiving play from Vatican City.
The praise has traveled from far and wide: "You have excellent smooth country vocals! I certainly will be airing more tracks from this 5-star album." Kiwi Kate, Radio Woodville 97 & 88.3 FM, Tararuas, New Zealand; "Your version of ‘Back In The Swing of Things’ is fantastic. That and the three Texas dance hall shuffles will get lots of air time on my "Swingin West’ radio show," Mike Gross, WVOF-FM; and "I really love your latest music...the video clip on the album is wonderful and it almost left me in tears. I will put your music as much as I can on my radio show," Jesse James, VBRO 106 & 107.9FM, Brugge, Adkisson says of Hank, "Seven Atlanta Top Ten hits, and one of the best Traditional Country Artist to come out of here in a long while."

Set List

Hank's sets are typically 45 mins in length, mostly covers, interspersed with originals. Repertoire consists mostly of traditional country... Haggard, Nelson, Jennings, Strait, etc.